Act for the Impartial Administration of Justice

Закон о беспристрастном осуществлении правосудия
Принят британским парламентом в числе Репрессивных законов [Intolerable Acts] 20 мая 1774. Губернатор Массачусетса получал право с согласия Генерального совета [General Court] направлять лиц, нарушивших закон, в другую британскую колонию для суда над ними. Колонисты называли его "Законом об убийстве" [Murder Act], так как, по их мнению, он предоставлял британским солдатам право безнаказанно убивать, не боясь судов в Массачусетсе

English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2013.

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